A SAN FRANCISCO NON-PROFIT

 

Homeless Children’s Network is a California nonprofit public benefit corporation, with tax exempt status under IRS Code section 501(c)(3).

Our Federal EIN is 94-3266686

 

 

 

 

 

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 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Quality Assurance Supervisor
 

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network
TITLE: Quality Assurance Supervisor
SCHEDULE: Full-time position, 40 hoursper week

Quality Assurance Supervision

LOCATION: 3450 3rd Street, Unit 1C, SanFrancisco, CA 94124

The Quality Assurance Supervisor is responsible for thequality and completion of clinical charts, the quality and compliance ofclinical documentation, the oversight of timely submission of progress notes,assessments and treatment plans, and the accuracy of billing in the Avatarsystem. The QA Supervisor assists theClinical Director in determining client eligibility for Medi-Cal/EPSDTservices, updates a clinical chart monitoring system, and works with individualclinicians to correct errors, improve quality of documentation and ensureaccuracy of data entry. This positionalso provides up to 8 hours of individual and/or group supervision topre-licensed staff and trainees.

Tasks include the following:

* Ensuring that HCN charts are audit-ready and organized infiles

* Running Operations Reports in AVATAR

* Monitoring program productivity

* Holding weekly drop-in assistance times for clinicians whoneed tutoring in documentation

* Providing training to staff and interns on documentationstandards and best practices

* Attendance at staff meetings

* Weekly supervision with Program Director

* Attending meetings and trainings as required by SFDPH

* Twice per month Program Utilization Review and QualityControl (PURQC) Committee meeting with QualityAssociate, and/or Program Director and Clinical Director.

* Ongoing chart review-both paper and electronic records inAVATAR

* Identification of chart errors, requests for correction,monitoring of corrections and final resolution of

Clinicaldocumentation and billing issues

* Leading monthly onsite peer chart review with clinicalstaff and interns

Minimum Qualifications:

**Licensed as anLCSW, LMFT, or LPCC

**Experience with AVATAR Electronic system highly preferred

**Experience providing therapy to children and families

**Experience in supervisory role in Quality Assurance

** People of Color, Allies of People of Color stronglyencouraged to apply

HCN’S COMMUNITY CULTURE:

Positiveattitude and team player with proven ability to work with people of differentethnic, socioeconomic, educational, religious and sexual orientations a must.Excellent oral and written communication skills. Genuinely caring,enthusiastic, team-orientated individuals to match our diverse and devotedstaff.

The above qualifications are important, but we alsoemphasize the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite culturalresponsiveness as a primary guiding quality.

Please bring a strong analysis of how race, ethnicity,culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age, education,opportunities and resources generationally made available or not, and systemicoppressions impact a person’s mental health.

 
INSTITUTIONAL GIVING MANAGER

AGENCY: Homeless Children's Network
TITLE: Institutional Giving Manager
SCHEDULE: Part-Time  

START DATE: Immediately
 

Institutional GivingManager

Homeless Children’s Network is a community-based organization providing mental health, family support, and community education services to children and families who are homeless or at-risk. The Institutional Giving Manager will work primarily out of our San Francisco location. Our programs are unique in their Afri-centric approach to service provision and infrastructure. We are growing rapidly, in particular in providing trauma-informed behavioral health services to Black/African American families in San Francisco.

HCN is seeking an Institutional Giving Manager to support our development department. The organization’s prospect pool is growing and we are engaged in outreach and cultivation efforts with public, corporate, foundation,and individual funders. We are seeing an Institutional Giving Manager with the energy and experience to assist the development team in cultivating and stewarding institutional relationships, principally by preparing and submitting institutional proposals and reports. The Institutional Giving Manager will bean integral part of the HCN team, reporting to HCN’s Director of Development and Communications. This position is 24-32 hours per week, with the possibility of flexibility for the right candidate.

Responsibilities

• Develop a deep understanding of HCN’s programs to help effectively tell our story to funders, donors, and others in the community

• Work with the Director of Development and Communications to draft LOIs, grant proposals, and reports. Collaborate with the finance department to produce proposal budgets and financial reports.

• Maintain annual grants calendar to track deadlines for proposals, reports, and other relationship outreach.

• Conduct research and prepare profiles on institutional prospects and exercise sound judgment and initiative in identifying and cultivating additional institutional prospects.

• Collaborate with the Director of Development and Communications and development team on strategic planning for institutional portfolio.

• Work with the Director of Development and Communications to prepare the Executive Director and relevant staff in advance of meetings with institutional donors and prospects, including by providing background information, meeting goals, key points and recommendations.

• Communicate with the various program departments on a regular basis to remain updated on program developments and to pitch or update funders on the organization’s work, accordingly.

• Develop tailored, strategic communications to prospective funders and donors with specific programmatic interests.

• Work with the development team to contribute to HCN communications efforts, including newsletters, materials for fundraising work, and ongoing development of messaging and branding.

• Work with development and administrative staff to update and maintain institutional donor records.

Qualifications:

• At least 5-7 years of direct experience with grant writing and institutional fundraising.

• Superb writing, communications, interpersonal,and analytical skills.

• Must be highly organized and motivated, able to multitask, manage a high-volume workload, and have excellent time management skills.

• Must have a broad and strategic mindset, with creative aptitude and effective use of independent judgment.

• Ability to be flexible in a high-pressure work environment.

• Ability to take initiative and to develop solutions quickly and effectively.

• Prior nonprofit employment is required.

• Experience working with a CRM database management is a plus.

• Familiarity with Microsoft Suite preferred.

• Bachelor’s degree required.

HCN’s Community Culture: 

Positive attitude and team player with proven ability to work with people of different ethnic, socioeconomic,educational, religious and sexual orientations a must. The above qualifications are important, but we also emphasize the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality.

Please bring a strong analysis of how race,ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age,education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not,and systemic oppressions impact a person’s mental health.

Salary depending on experience, with benefits and PTO.

To apply, submit:

• Resume

• Cover letter describing your experience with grant writing and institutional fundraising for nonprofits.

Development & Communications Coordinator
 

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network
TITLE: Development & Communications Coordinator
SCHEDULE:  Part-time position, 
LOCATION: San Francisco, CA 

Development and Marketing Coordinator

Homeless Children’s Network is a community-based organization providing mental health, family support, and community education services to children and families who are homeless or at-risk. We are growing rapidly, in particular in providing trauma-informed behavioral health services to Black/African American families in San Francisco. Our programs are unique in their Afri-centric approach to service provision and infrastructure.

Working closely with the Development and Communications Director, you are responsible for coordinating development and marketing activities across the organization. Development activities include supporting annual campaigns, event coordination, and individual giving campaigns. Marketing activities include managing social media, blog posts, and creating and maintaining a development newsletter. This is an exciting opportunity to have a big influence on a small organization that is making a major impact in the community.

The right candidate is entrepreneurial and self-directed, with a high level of technical fluency. Be ready to jump in and figure things out independently, solve problems, and look for ways to support your team. You’re someone who loves learning new technology, and is a clear, direct communicator.

Schedule is 24-32 hours/week. Flexibility in schedule may be available for the right candidate.

Responsibilities include:

· Develop a deep understanding of HCN’s programs to help effectively tell our story to funders, donors, and others in the community

· Provide administrative support to the department in order to meet and exceed ambitious fundraising goals

· Oversee and implement individual giving campaigns including an annual holiday appeal via email and mail and new campaigns such as a Mother’s Day donation drive.

· Coordinate and execute the individual and institutional gift acknowledgment process

· Help coordinate the execution and logistics of development events.

· Implement donor tracking protocols and related organizational systems

·Support the department to organize, maintain, and share grant proposal, report, renewal, and other grant information

· Help launch our new online Development newsletter, write articles and maintain mailing lists

· Create and maintain the social media calendar especially Facebook posts

Qualifications:

· Bachelor’s degree preferred

· At least 3-5 years of experience with tasks related to above responsibilities

· Experience managing multiple projects simultaneously, meeting high-stakes deadlines, coordinating with team,time management, and attention to detail.

· Proficiency in online tools including donor management software such as Donor Perfect, email marketing software like Mail Chimp, social media, and content management systems such as Wix.

HCN’s Community Culture: 

Positive attitude and team player with proven ability to work with people of different ethnic, socioeconomic, educational, religious and sexual orientations a must. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Genuinely caring, enthusiastic, team-orientated individuals to match our diverse and devoted staff.

The above qualifications are important, but we also emphasize the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality.

Please bring a strong analysis of how race, ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age,education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not,and systemic oppressions impact a person’s mental health.

Salary depending on experience, with benefits and PTO.

Please submit:

  • Resume

  • Cover letter describing your experience with the responsibilities listed above

Clinical Director of Black/ African American Family Mental Health Program
 

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network
TITLE: Clinical Director of Black/ African American Family Mental Health Program
SCHEDULE:  Full-time position
LOCATION: San Francisco, CA 

Homeless Children’s Network is a community-based organization providing mental health, family support, and community education services to children and families who are homeless or at-risk.

The Clinical Director, under the direction of the Executive Director, is responsible for overseeing the clinical department providing trauma-informed mental health services to Black/African American families in San Francisco. The program is unique in its Afri-centric approach in service provision and infrastructure, with a reciprocal and circular model for collaboration among a network of community partners.

The Clinical Director will oversee hiring, supervision, evaluation and scheduling of clinicians located at HCN and co-located at community partner sites. They will provide clinical training to clinical staff and interns. A successful candidate must have a positive and supportive attitude toward the agency and its overall success. This position provides both clinical and personnel supervision to the clinical staff. Must have the ability to solve problems and have good decision making and critical thinking skills.

Job Qualifications:

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

  • Five years of progressively responsible non- profit program management experience and staff supervision.

  • Proven experience understanding and demonstrated ability to generate revenue for clinical services

  • Experience with Medi-Cal, and other types of client billing

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and data management software (AVATAR)

  • Experience and confidence identifying and implementing evidence based practices

  • Experience working in crisis setting with individuals and families

  • Ability to work flexible hours

  • Program development evaluation, solid organizational skills

  • Strong written and oral communication skills

  • Commitment to maintain confidentiality

  • Good inter-personal skills , ability to relate well with persons from a variety of cultural groups

  • Carry out other duties as assigned by the Executive Director

  • People of Color, Allies of People of Color strongly encouraged to apply

Essential Functions:

  • Supervise the clinical department following the agency mission demonstrated by setting departmental goals and objectives

  • Evaluate existing contract compliance, monitoring, and reporting to ensure all goals are met.

  • Work effectively with Finance staff to develop an efficient billing system

  • Work with management team to assure successful communication and coordination and participate in strategic planning

  • Provide clinical supervision to non- licensed therapist and clinical interns

  • Manage concerns relating to coverage, productivity, customer service skills, and workload expectations.

  • Recruitment of clinical interns, conduct outreach and maintain working relationships with graduate schools

HCN’S COMMUNITY CULTURE:

Of all the above important qualifications, bring the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality, not only of your professional life, but of what you hold dear.

Please bring a strong analysis of how race, ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age, education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not, and systemic oppressions impact a person’s mental health.

Please have stories of your own life and how you have been a mover and shaker to transform these systems.

Please manage and support with qualities of inclusivity, collaboration, continuity, and care out front in your daily interactions and overall leadership style.

Please accept that HCN is a vibrant community that has a legacy that is of interest to you, and is also prompted to grow steadily, and with the respect of what has been done well central in the conversation.

INTERVIEW SUPPORT/HIRING REQUIREMENTS:

We are purposely considering candidates in the local Bay Area, and we are also as vigorously considering candidates nation-wide. If you are located in a part of the country where your work has not familiarized you with the San Francisco system of care, please research our wonderful City. We can share much, and will, however our hiring process will truly look to see if the candidates have assigned time to the local mental health system of care with Department of Public Health, and Department of Children, Youth, and Families, Mayors Office on Housing, and Mayors Office of Homelessness and Supportive Housing, as well as to the local shelters and mental health agencies, including HCN.

Please include a cover letter addressing any part of the above readiness and qualifications, including the position your heart takes as you consider the above details. Please address: Hiring Committee/Homeless Children’s Network, include three relevant executive and clinical references including their name, professional position, and contact phone and email.

Salary dependent upon experience.

Sincerely, we appreciate your consideration and candidacy.

 
Program Director for Black/ African American Family Mental Health Services

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network
TITLE: Program Director for Black/ African American Family Mental Health Services
SCHEDULE:  Full-time position
LOCATION: San Francisco, CA 

Homeless Children’s Network is a community-based organization providing mental health, family support, and community education services to children and families who are homeless or at-risk.

The Program Director, under the direction of the Executive Director, is responsible for overseeing community-based, trauma-informed behavioral health services to Black/African American families in San Francisco. The program is unique in its Afri-centric approach in service provision and infrastructure, with a reciprocal and circular model for collaboration among a network of community partners.

The Program Director will supervise behavioral health clinicians at HCN and who are co-located at community partner sites; will oversee regular convenings with community partners to cross train and share expertise around their work and our community; and will manage coaching, training and support to provide programs and services for culturally responsive care for Black/African American children, youth and families and participate in evaluation activities.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

- Mental Health Program development, including program design, policies, and procedures, in coordination with Program Director and Executive Director
- Supervision of clinical, community advocacy and case management staff

- Monitoring of program goals, including the maintenance of quality standards of service delivery and tracking of units of service for monthly invoices

- Compliance with agency contracts, including performance objectives, productivity and addressing training needs of staff and interns
- Communication with collaborating agencies regarding coordination of services, including phone contact with collaborating agencies, individual meetings with agency program directors and staff, and facilitation of collaborative group meetings to ensure efficient service delivery
- Oral presentations about the agency for collaborating agencies, conferences, and community events
- Coordination of program evaluation projects and procedures
- Contract monitoring, tracking units of service, reporting procedures, and program review
- Personnel management and hiring
- Reports for contracts under city, state, and private funding sources

QUALIFICATIONS:

- Must be a licensed mental health professional, LCSW (preferred) or LMFT

- At least 3 years of Clinical Supervision experience

- Minimum 5 years post-licensure in compliance with BBS standards

- At least 3 years of nonprofit program management experience

- Experience with Medi-Cal documentation standards

- Experience with contract compliance in mental health services

- Familiarity with mental health systems of care and service delivery models
- Familiarity with family homelessness services
- Strong verbal and written skills

- Ability to supervise and work well with a diverse group of individuals
- At least 2 years personnel management experience

-Experience overseeing mobile or outstationing therapists as well as advisory groups

-Experience providing culturally responsive trainings

- People of Color, Allies of People of Color strongly encouraged to apply

HCN’S COMMUNITY CULTURE:

Of all the above important qualifications, bring the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality, not only of your professional life, but of what you hold dear.

Please bring a strong analysis of how race, ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age, education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not, and systemic oppressions impact a person’s mental health.

Please have stories of your own life and how you have been a mover and shaker to transform these systems.

Please manage and support with qualities of inclusivity, collaboration, continuity, and care out front in your daily interactions and overall leadership style.

Please accept that HCN is a vibrant community that has a legacy that is of interest to you, and is also prompted to grow steadily, and with the respect of what has been done well central in the conversation.

INTERVIEW SUPPORT/HIRING REQUIREMENTS:

We are purposely considering candidates in the local Bay Area, and we are also as vigorously considering candidates nation-wide. If you are located in a part of the country where your work has not familiarized you with the San Francisco system of care, please research our wonderful City. We can share much, and will, however our hiring process will truly look to see if the candidates have assigned time to the local mental health system of care with Department of Public Health, and Department of Children, Youth, and Families, Mayors Office on Housing, and Mayors Office of Homelessness and Supportive Housing, as well as to the local shelters and mental health agencies, including HCN.

This position REQUIRES being a licensed mental health professional, LCSW (preferred) or LMFT, with at least 3 years of Clinical Supervision experience (equals minimum 5 years post-licensure) in compliance with BBS standards.

Please include a cover letter addressing any part of the above readiness and qualifications, including the position your heart takes as you consider the above details. Please address: Hiring Committee/Homeless Children’s Network, include three relevant executive and clinical references including their name, professional position, and contact phone and email.

Salary dependent on experience.

Sincerely, we appreciate your consideration and candidacy.

 
Child & Family Therapist

Child and Family Therapist

AGENCY: Homeless Children's Network

JOB TITLE Child and Family Therapist

SCHEDULE: 24- 40 hrs/week

START IMMEDIATELY

Services under our EPSDT program to underserved, homeless, and formerly homeless children and their families include the following:

  • School-based play therapy to children ages 0-18

  • Individual therapy with children

  • Family therapy

Qualifications:

  • Mental Health Clinician will be working with children, families and providers.

  • Avatar or similar online billing/data entry experience is needed

  • Knowledge/experience with issues of homelessness, trauma, and domestic violence.

  • Providing psychotherapy to children and families

  • Child development knowledge and experience.

  • Knowledge of bay area resources for low-income and homeless families.

  • Must be ASW, PCCI or AMFT or licensed

  • Bilingual/bi-cultural, Spanish speaking skills preferred.

HCN’s Community Culture:

Positive attitude and team player with proven ability to work with people of different ethnic, socioeconomic, educational, religious and sexual orientations a must. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Genuinely caring, enthusiastic, team-orientated individuals to match our diverse and devoted staff.

The above qualifications are important, but we also emphasize the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality.

Please bring a strong analysis of how race, ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age, education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not, and systemic oppressions impact a person’s mental health.

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